[linux-dvb] Support for "AverTV Hybrid+RM Volar USB" (A828)
Ben Hodgetts (Enverex)
ben at atomnet.co.uk
Mon Jan 8 02:32:56 CET 2007
Ben Hodgetts (Enverex) wrote:
> Hi, I bought this the other day after a lot of hassle as it's the only
> device I've ever seen that does everything I want... problem is their
> "Linux Support" which they claim is virtually non existant. After
> buying it I download the driver only to find it's version 0.03
> (reassuring) and only supports x86 (I'm on x86_64) which left me
> screwed. So I still can't use it.
> I was wondering if anyone is working on an actual Linux kernel driver
> for this? I assume it would be much easier to implement than something
> with no support as they provide the source to build their kernel
> driver with
> - you run the script, tell it where to put it in expert mode and it
> downloads the source).
> So, is there any chance of getting this to work or do I have just more
> dead hardware? :(
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> linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
Ok, sn9 on IRC did some digging through the source files for the
"official" drivers and some other playing about and apparently the board
consists of the following chips:
Cypress FX2, WM8739, Conexant CX2584x, Xceive XC3028 and Zarlink MT352.
I'm not sure if that helps anyone but I thought I'd post it.
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